If and when the schools close due to coronavirus, most teachers will send home with your kids a packet with all their school work and homework for at least three weeks. But for additional resources to help your kids stay on track, there are many online resources to help you home school your children, or even teach them coding and other interesting subjects:
Khan Academy is an educational nonprofit program, which allows you to sign up for free, and make a profile for each of your kids base on their age and grade. There are different subjects that they can learn, and so many different lessons based on each kid's grade.
Use your Library Card, and get Free ECourses & Instructional Videos. Take a wide range of highly interactive online educational courses. The Ecourses have been mostly designed for learners over 13 years of age. You can also get free research databases & images, free tutoring & homework help, and much more. To learn about all the free educational resources you can get with your library card, click here.
Another educational website that is free for kids is Make Me Genius, with lots of educational videos, cool facts, science tests, and quizzes for grades K through 7th.
At K5 Learning's website, you can find lots of free worksheets, ebooks, math, and spelling lessons, and if you want to access more educational materials, you can try it for free for 14 days. K5 Learning is for kids in grades K through 5th.
Find Sight Words, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Vocabulary, and Math Practices on SightWordGames.com for free. The practices are designed for kids in grades K through 7th.
National Geographic Kids is another good source for teaching kids about nature and animals. You can find lots of cool educational videos, educational games, science experiments, geography facts, and much more. On National Geographic Education Resource Library, you can find numerous educational materials based on your kid's grade from Pre-K to 12th grade.
PBS Kids offers lots of educational games and videos for the little ones, and they are all free.
Cool Math is an awesome source to teach kids addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, money and more.
TIME for Kids is loaded with interesting photos, videos, and articles about politics, the environment, entertainment, sports, health, and more, which is designed for kids in grades K through 6th grade.
At Fun Brain, the kids can learn math, read books for free, and find so many fun learning games, and more. Fun Brain is designed for preschoolers through 8th graders.
Exploratorium is a very cool website for learning science, and science experiments. It's a vast collection of online experiences that feed your kid's curiosity.
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